Monthly Archives: October 2009

You’re invited to meet Chancellor Harden

Come meet UW-Green Bay’s new chancellor, Thomas K. Harden on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at the Hotel Sierra in Green Bay. Learn about the latest happenings and network with other UW-Green Bay alumni. Complimentary light hors d’oeuvres provided. The event runs from 5-6 p.m. All alumni and guests are welcome.

RSVP for the event by Friday, Nov. 13 to

Historical Perspectives Series returns to campus

Jonathan Holloway, professor of History and African American Studies, and master of Calhoun College at Yale University, will speak to campus as part of the Historical Perspectives Lecture Series, at 12:45 p.m Monday, Oct. 26. At Yale, Holloway teaches courses on post-emancipation social, cultural, and intellectual history. His lecture is titled, “‘It Never Happened': Race, Class and the Unbearable Burden of Memory.”

The Historical Perspectives Series lectures are free, open to the public and held in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. Read more here.

New partnership takes UW-Green Bay into Northern Wisconsin

UW-Green Bay and UW-Superior are joining forces to meet their adult and distance learners living in Northern Wisconsin. It will make it move convenient for those living in the northern part of the state to earn a UW degree. The new initiative is called “The UW Where YOU Need It!” The degrees are available either completely online or by taking courses at various locations in Northern Wisconsin.

For more information, call UW-Green Bay at 800.621.2313, UW-Superior at 877.528.6597, or visit us online at

Quarterly Newsletter Maintains Connections for Adult Degree grads

A.L.L (Adults Learning for Life) NewsletterUW-Green Bay’s Adult Degree Program features its programs, services, and activities of students and alumni in its “A.L.L (Adults Learning for Life) Newsletter.” It’s published exclusively online mid-month each season and is available to all alumni, students, faculty/staff, and friends of the University.

To submit news, updates, photos, and stories for the newsletter, contact Eric Craver at 800.621.2313 or e-mail information to:

See current as well as archived issues of the newsletter – click here.